How did the year go by so fast? 2012 went by in the blink of an eye and the snap of a shutter, but it was a year rich in imagery, ideas, and community. I have to begin this exhibition with a big thank you to all who participated and shared a special image, and an even bigger thank you to Grant Gill and Sarah Stankey who keep me sane with their incredible efforts with LENSCRATCH–my gratitude is endless.
Hundreds of photographers sent in images and there are 5 pages of posts….at the end of each page click on “Older Posts” to keep going. I hope you are inspired by today’s offerings and look forward to what next year will bring. Happy Happy 2013!
THE FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPHS OF 2012 EXHIBITION
J.M. Golding, Knowing you are in the World, San Francisco Bay Area, CA
Strive to make visual that which has no visual nature.
Andreas Wirthmueller, In the Shadow of the Church, Lauf a.d.Pegnitz, Germany
To add more color into my B/W style.
Sam Comen, Simon Redditt, Age 105, in his apartment on Central Avenue in South Los Angeles,Los Angeles, CA
To know that the most important moment is always right now.
Hans Bauer, A Brief History of the Crusades, Lithuania
Debi Bradway, Aging Gracefully, Death Valley, CA
To not Surrender
David Shults, Christy Cashman for Callula Lillibelle, New York, NY
John A. Benigno, Philadelphia Bridal, Center City, Philadelphia, PA
I’d like to share: Life is short…act like it!
Donna Rosser, Wolfie, My Backyard
To be more organized.
Zhentian Shen, The Third Party, Springfield, MO
Jeremy Nix, Colfax & High, Denver, CO
Kevin McCollister, Charles, Los Angeles, CA
Angie McMonigal, Untitled 8847, Chicago, IL
I seem to have the same resolutions every year, hopefully each year improving on the previous year at least a little bit. My goal is to find a better balance between my photography and my family. And to get to the gym more often.
Jack Taylor, Medicine Cabinet, Newcastle Upon-Tyne, England
Harvey Zipkin, Delf, Holland
Ivan McClellan, Skogafoss, Skogar, Iceland
Fly to Istanbul with my girlfriend and photograph everything!
CONTINUE TO PART TWO
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